Romney: We’re doing this for something bigger than ourselves

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The contrasts could not be clearer.

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6 Responses to “Romney: We’re doing this for something bigger than ourselves”

  1. Marsha Ward Says:

    Thank you.

  2. jbtalcott Says:

    All of that slick Madison Avenue hype will be shown to be of no consequence tomorrow morning, when President Obama is re-elected as our nation’s president.

    All of those syrupy cliched platitudes are no substitute for real substance of which Mitt Romney is sorely lacking. He has changed his positions so far and so often, that no one—even Mitt Romney is able to articulate where he stands on important issues.

    The last thing this country needs is another president made of putty who can be molded by the neo-con advisers carried over from the Bush administration, who will take us back to the failed, war mongering policies of those eight tragic years.

  3. Richard Warnick Says:

    Sorry, Holly. Next Republican who runs for President ought to try an honest campaign. Steve Benen documented 917 Romney lies since January. Even the corporate media were forced to fact-check him because the level of mendacity was unprecedented.

  4. Henkin Says:

    How you feelin’ this morning, Holly? 🙂

  5. jbtalcott Says:

    The results of this election proves once and for all that “fasting and praying” is not all it’s cracked up to be. Maybe Republicanism is not the one true party after all. It will be fun to see what the Right Wing spin machine blames Romneys resounding defeat on.

    I believe this poem by Calvin Trillin sums up Mitt Romney as succinctly as possible:

    “Yes, Mitt’s so slick of speech and slick of garb, he
    Reminds us all of Ken, of Ken and Barbie –
    So quick to shed his moderate regalia,
    He may, like Ken, be lacking genitalia.”

  6. mark Says:

    The contrast could not be more clear indeed. And look at what the American people chose. Conservatives will probably do some soul searching after this election and they should. If they conclude that all they need to do is keep their same message and simply run a few more tv ads in Spanish, they are destined to become a permanent minority party. On the other hand, if they change some of their positions on immigration and make the party more acceptable to minorities, they can compete effectively with democrats.

    Most people don’t buy what the tea party says. Its positions are too extreme and too simplistic.

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